CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 08, 2014
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(Washington: Chip Reid) The beginning of repairs to the National Cathedral in Washington, DC, which was damaged by an earthquake 3 years ago, featured; scenes shown of artwork and the netting to protect people from falling mortar; details given about the cost. [Stone carvers Andy UHL, Sean CALLAHAN- comment.] [Chief stone mason Joe ALONSO- explains what happened to the ceiling.] [Cathedral Dean Gary HALL- says we are the place where the nation comes to celebrate, mourn, pray.]
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